Samosas are a popular delicacy in the Indian sub-continent. They are readily available at most Indian restaurants, and are very popular as a savory snack. However, you can take this tasty treat and turn into a sweet favourite for the holidays. Here's a recipe that should be a hit with everyone in your home!
Mini Chocolate Samosas
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 2 cups all purpose flour, plus extra for rolling/dusting
- 1/2 cup desi ghee (pure clarified butter)
- 2/3 cup warm milk (add this a little at a time)
- 1 cup dark chocolate (grated or small chunks/pieces)
- 1/8 cup sweetened shredded coconut
- 1/2 cup slivered almonds
- 1 mixing bowl
- Measuring cups and measuring spoons
- 2 small bowls (glass preferably) to microwave ghee and chocolate
- Spoons and a fork for mixing and filling
- Rolling pin
- Circular cookie cutter (approximately 4 inch diameter)
- Pizza cutter for shaping dough
- Small bowl of water
- Deep fryer or wok for frying
Make a soft dough by mixing ingredients. Roll out very thin and cut out circles with a cutter.
Shape and fill chocolate samosas, and rub water on edges to seal. It is very important to ensure the samosas are sealed well to prevent leakage of the chocolate during frying. Rubbing the water on all edges will help bind the dough together.
Leave chocolate samosas in the fridge for a minimum of one hour (cover with plastic wrap to prevent drying) prior to deep frying on medium heat until golden brown. Check out my video below!
Mini Chocolate Samosas (video by CBC):